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Dal'nevost. Mat. Zh., 2002, Volume 3, Number 1, Pages 18–23 (Mi dvmg112)  

Simple and complex mathematical models of stationary transport theory

D. S. Anikonov

Institute of Applied Mathematics, Far-Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Abstract: Some papers of transport theory are analyzed. On this based it is noticed that the traditional separation of mathematical models for simple and complex is not always suitable for nonclassical problems. It is given the recommendation for a choice of mathematical models which can increase effectiveness and applied significance of investigation.

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UDC: 517.958
MSC: 35Gxx
Received: 13.06.2002

Citation: D. S. Anikonov, “Simple and complex mathematical models of stationary transport theory”, Dal'nevost. Mat. Zh., 3:1 (2002), 18–23

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